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November 2018 Archives

Should you rent or buy a home?

At some point, you may ponder whether you should continue renting or if you should buy a home in Pennsylvania. This is a serious decision that requires a lot of consideration. Jumping into buying a house if you are really ready can bring about many financial problems. It may help to look at your needs and wants to determine if renting or buying is best for you.

Can you plan ahead to prevent costly construction disputes?

When you are preparing to begin construction on a new project in Pennsylvania, you will undoubtedly run into challenges and obstacles along the way. Having a predetermined method for mitigating these setbacks and finding amicable solutions is critical in reducing the chance that a costly dispute will end up destroying the outcome and success of your project. 

What duty of care do you owe to visitors?

People may be coming and going on your property in Carnegie all the time. As a property owner, it is your responsibility to ensure that they remain safe while there. Yet just how far does that responsbilty extend? The answer to that question depends largely on what type visitor a person found on your land is determined to be. While you (and one who is is injured while on your property) may not currenlty understand such formalities, they may go a long way in protecting you in the event if a liability claim. 

Electrocution deaths call for an increase in awareness training

Electrocution continues to be one of the leading causes in construction worker deaths as part of the “fatal four.” Like the other fatal causes, electrocution deaths can be entirely preventable. The workers need to maintain a safe distance when operating near power lines and must use properly inspected and insulated power supplies to avoid any serious accidents.